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August 19th General Meeting: Make going paperless a Snap!

Buying the right scanner for your scanning needs is the easy part; the hard part is figuring out how and where to start. While working on multiple scanning projects I quickly found a way to make going paperless easy and what software can help you archive and achieve optimal organization of digital documents. There are three simple steps on going paperless: organizing, structures, and naming. Whether it’s going paperless in your home or office these three steps will make any scanning project a breeze. Using additional software or cloud services can help enhance the organization of not only your documents but your websites and other digital information. Along with tips and tricks on naming documents, folder hierarchies, and preparation of documents I will also talk about some of my favorite organizing tools and how they have helped me with managing my documents.

Allie Rumpanos
ScanSnap
Business Development

Allie Rumpanos
August 19, 2014
Rohnert Park Senior Center
600 Hunter Drive
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
7:00- 9:00 p.m.

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November 19th: Paper Efficiencies with ScanSnap with Allie Rumpanos

Allie RumpanosNovember 19th: Subject: Paper Efficiencies with ScanSnap.

Please join us for a discussion of best practices on scanning. The presentation will consist of a full demonstration of ScanSnap, the associated Quick Menu options and go into detail how ScanSnap can be used with DropBox, Evernote, SugarSync and other applications. In addition, we will discuss organizational techniques, cloud applications and document storage practices.

Allie Rumpanos is new addition to the ScanSnap business development team. Prior to joining the team, she worked for five years in the California State University College of Business Dean’s Office as a Student Assistant. After college, she moved on to a job with NASA‘s Aviation Safety Reporting System as an Archivist for a special project that involved creating an electronic archive of scanned documents dating back to as early as the 1930s. Her deep knowledge and enthusiasm for the ScanSnap and scanning acquired in these prior roles is what lead her to Fujitsu this spring.
 

November 19th, 2013
Rohnert Park Senior Center
600 Hunter Drive
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
7:00- 9:00 p.m.

Posted in: General Meetings

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